Production and features


This is  the second most common Spanish variety in terms of acreage. This olive type is grown mainly in the provinces of Ciudad Real, Toledo and Madrid, but can also be found in the provinces of Cáceres and Badajoz (centre os Spain).

The tree has a medium vigor, upright, with branches of medium length, with little shoot formation.

The leaf is long, symmetric and narrow in size. The color of its blade is pale green in the upperside , dark green on the underside.

The fruit is black on ripening, medium sized, elongated and asymmetric, it reminds us of a little horn (cornicabra; corni = horn, cabra = goat).